Mike Cope, a minister at Highland Church of Christ in Abilene, Tex., complained that Coulter lives in a “black/white ‘I’m-right-and-you’re-an-idiot’ world. If you don’t agree with her then you’re a bleeding heart liberal who doesn’t deserve to live here.” The problem, he said, was not that Coulter is conservative, but that her views are un-Christian. [emphasis mine]I am happy to give credit where credit is due. It is wonderful to know there are some conservative Christians who recognize that Ann Coulter doesn't seem to understand anything about Jesus's basic teachings. Kudos to them.
In inviting Coulter to the campus, wrote [Greg] Kendall-Ball, whose father and sisters are also Harding alums, the university had “failed to uphold the Christ-like spirit that Harding seeks to embody.” It troubled him, he said, that “someone advocating violence, forced conversions, physical intimidation and who has routinely expressed anti- or non-Christian views is welcomed and given one of the more prestigious speaking engagements on the school’s calendar.”
Thursday, September 01, 2005
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